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ESL English Lesson: Would you buy the iPhone 7 or the Samsung Note 7?
D.J. Robinson

Today, let’s talk about the iPhone 7 and the Samsung Note 7. Both have hit the headlines recently, ironically, for different reasons.

Apple has unveiled the new iPhone 7. It’s a waterproof smartphone, with a longer battery life than its predecessor. It has a faster processor, and improved cameras.

The most talked about feature must be the new wireless headphones. These are an expensive optional extra. They are dubbed AirPods and come with a charging case. Apple has removed the 3.5mm headphone jack, by replacing it with an adaptor to their ‘lightening’ connector.

Article quiz: 1) Which brand caught fire? 2) What does ‘flagship device’ mean? 3) What is the next flagship device? 4) What is a nice price? 5) Describe the Apple phone. -- Roleplay: In groups. One of you is the interviewer. The others are one of the following people. You are in the Radio London studio. Today’s interview is: Would you buy the iPhone 7 or the Samsung Note 7? 1) A technology journalist. 2) A person with an Apple device. 3) A person with a Samsung device 4) A person with neither device. -- Grammar, Game, Homework, Etc.

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